Westfield Advisory Plan Commission looks at housing, development projects

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The Westfield Advisory Plan Commission met Oct. 7 at Grand Park Events Center. The next plan commission meeting will be at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at City Hall, 130 Penn St.

What happened: Commissioners unanimously approved a request for an overall development plan for Alpha Tau Park.

What it means: Alpha Tau Park by Alpha Tau Enterprises consists of three lots on 8.42 acres at the northwest corner of Ind. 32 and Dartown Road. On Lot 1, the existing Westfield Professional Center Building will remain. There are no plans for development on Lots 2 and 3.

 

What happened: The commission voted on an amendment to the 181st Street planned unit development.

What it means: The request, if approved, would permit limited outdoor storage, modify some development standards and add new site plans and character exhibits on 25.64 acres on the south side of 181st Street between Wheeler Road and U.S. 31.

First petitioned in August by CH Group, LLC by Church Church Hittle & Antrim, the proposed amendment has character exhibits that include a hotel, restaurants and offices.

The plan commission voted 9-0 to send the request to the Westfield City Council with a positive recommendation for final approval.

 

What happened: The plan commission voted on a change of zoning to make way for a NinjaZone commercial recreational facility

What it means: Wrights Property Group is requesting the rezone, which will allow for the development of a 35,011-square-foot building and outdoor play area, adjacent to the existing Pacers Athletic Center.

The commission voted 9-0 to send the request to the Westfield City Council with a positive recommendation for final approval.

 

What happened: The commission voted on a change of zoning for a mixed-use development for multi-family housing and commercial space, Union Square at Grand Junction.

What it means: Old Town Companies is requesting a change of zoning for approximately 4 acres at the southwest corner of Ind. 32 and Union Street, just behind Wolfie’s Grill on Ind. 32. If approved, the zoning would change from multi-family low density and local business/historic district to only local business/historic district.

The commission voted 9-0 to send the request to the Westfield City Council with a positive recommendation for final approval.

 

What happened: The commission unanimously approved a request for a development plan review for a proposed industrial building.

What it means: JJK Investments, LLC by Keeler-Webb Associates is proposing construction of an industrial building on two lots on 1.03 acres

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request for a commercial development, Dartown Crossing.

What it means: Petitioner MR3 Development is requesting an amendment to the Dartown Crossing planned unit development at the northwest corner of Dartown Road and Ind. 32to incorporate an additional 9 acres to the 45.77-acre district and establish standards for that acreage, which includes a kennel as a permitted use on the property. No citizens spoke during the public hearing.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request to modify sign and architectural standards for a new Meijer store.

What it means: Woolpert, Inc. is requesting an amendment to the Maple Knoll planned unit development to modify the sign and architectural standards for a new Meijer store at 17145 Spring Mill Rd. No citizens spoke during the public hearing.

Holladay Properties is set to develop The Trails apartment complex along the Midland Trace Trail, which will bring 224 units to 801 E. 175th St. (Submitted rendering)

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request to add a concept plan and character exhibits for a multi-family development, The Trails.

What it means: Holladay Properties is requesting the amendment for a lot on 7.38 acres at 801 E. 175th St., at the southeast corner of Ind. 32 and Oak Ridge Road, to bring 224 dwelling units along Midland Trace Trail. No citizens spoke during the public hearing.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request to allow for light industrial uses and recreational commercial facilities in the Custom Commerce Park planned unit development district.

What it means: Thieneman Properties is requesting the amendment on 4.45 acres at 17119 Foundation Pkwy. for an agricultural processing business in the existing building on the property.

No residents spoke during the public hearing. The plan commission voted 9-0 to forward the amendment request to the Westfield City Council with a positive recommendation for final approval.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request to incorporate 252.44 acres into the Chatham Hills planned unit development for a large development of housing, commercial and recreational space.

What it means: Chatham Hills, LLP by Henke Development Groups is requesting the amendment, which includes a change of zoning to the property to accommodate mixed-use development for townhomes, apartments and commercial space, in addition to single-family housing. In the center of the development, the petitioner is proposing two 8- and 12-acre recreational lakes, an outdoor adventure playground, an amphitheater and other amenities.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for an amendment request and development plan review to allow for a veterinary clinic with outdoor play areas at 18160 Wheeler Rd.

What it means: RWE Management Co. is requesting the amendment to an approximate 1-acre area in the Grand Park Village planned unit development for the Coyne Veterinary Center.

No citizens spoke during the public hearing. The plan commission will take a vote at a future meeting to send either a favorable or unfavorable recommendation to the Westfield City Council, which will give final approval.

 

What happened: A public hearing was held for a change of zoning and development plan requests in the Village Park Plaza II planned unit development.

What it means: Washington Prime Group by Onpointe Land Matters, LLC is requesting the rezoning and development plan review for 32.7 acres at the northeast corner of U.S. 31 and 146th Street. No citizens spoke during the public hearing.


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